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. THE SCRANTON .TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1902.
Bpeclnl to tho Scrnnlon Tribune.
Tow audit, Sept. 1. llolng tiled of the
lBual methods ot amusement In dlffer
mt ways, William Conklln, a bout thief
)t Blnghiiniton, and JoneH Robinson,' tt
' Monroeton buiglar, last week BOt about
to do tho famous act of eating lire dur
ing the sheriff's absenso. Instead ot tho
water cure, they administered the fire
cure. They took as their vlc'.lm Geoige
Bailey, who Is also serving time for
robbery. Conklln admits conceiving tho
tortures by filling his mouth with kero-
senc oil while ills pnilner held their
subject In the corner of the cell. Then
while oil was spiayed fiom his mouth,
Johnson touched a mntch to It, and as
a lcsult Bnlloy was terribly burned
ubout the body. A phvsiclun found the
Injuries sciious. Conklln and Johnson
will now be compelled to pay deaily for
The Susquehanna nnd New Y,rl
Railroad company is making extcnslo
improvements to their property all
along the line. At Towunda the Junc
tion depot has been attiactlvely paint
ed; the superintendent's office, which
bus lately been added, is well arranged
with offices, etc. A new building has
bcpii erected for the repair (lepaitmont,
which is in charge of Joseph Ganley,
and tho lound-houso will alto bo
greatly Improved. It has been reported
f from those who know that duilng the
coming spring contracts will be let for
tho building of a line fiom Towanda to
BInghamton. The company nlieudy
has survejs wholly or p.utly tlnough
from Ralston to Toot of Plane, and
fiom Towunda to Bingliuinton.
At the Republican county convention
on Thursday, a resolution was. present
ed and adopted, to hold the pilmailes
and convention In June.
Forty-six carloads of coal last week
ncic moved from the Munay mines In
v one day " Bernleo.
The Democrats held their primaries
In tho dlffeient districts and boroughs
on S Ituiduy afternoon and evening.
Thcrt Was a hotly contested light for
the coiimisslonershlp. The candidates
were M. J. McNulty, of Troy, and J.
M. Ayeis, of Noith Towanda. As far
as can be learned the former won a
inajoilty vote of about 400. The bal
ance of the ticket Is: Representative,
J E. Thrall; sheriff, S. M. "Wells; treas
urer, Asa S. Stevens; audltor, C. H.
Donovan. The convention will be hold
Eleven head of cattle owned by A.
Grace, of Macedonia, have been con
demned as having tuberculosis. They
wcie disposed of to the state and were
valued at $182 50.
Tho people of Wyaluslng and vicin
ity had a grand cclobi.it Ion in that
hustling burg lust Filday, In honor of
the corner-htone lading of the new
library building. The ceiemonies weio
'n chaigo of the Masonic ordei, about
one hundred members from nearby
towns being pre.sent. The master of
ceremonies was Hon. James H. Cod
ding, of Towanda, and the Masonic
form was used in the service through
out. John Welles Hollenback, of Wllkcs
BfrtTu1, was also present and made a
orlef address. The Ubinry has an en
lowment of J3.000 fiom Mr. Hollenback.
"he library is a gift of Prank R.Welles,
f Paals, Prance. The coiner-stone is
if Wyoming bluestone. Various county
lapers and other souvenlis weie placed
n the vault. Mr. Welles also piesent
, -d the rltlzens of Towanda with a simi
tar building, nnd the people of Wyalus
ng aie greatly indebted to the doner
' for their valuable prize. The day's pro
gt amine was given In pait to the biave
lire companies of that town, who held
their annual parade. The new athletic
, siqunds are alto a new enterpiise for
the amusement Inclined.
The Germarla band was compelled to
cancel Its engagement at Meshoppen
toddy, on account of unsatisfactory
rates from the tallioad company. They
wore to accompany a Monti ose Hie
Special to the Scranton Ti Ibuno.
Dundaff, Sept. 1. People from tho
cities who have been bpendlng tho
summer months nt Ciystal and New
ton lakes are beginning to letum to
Attorney Smith, wife and son, and
Mis. Smith's mother. Mis. n.niisin
pent Saturday night and Sunday ut
Hotel Decker. Mi. Smith Is one of the
law ilrm of McCollum & Smith, of
Mr. and Mis. Pied W. Wells, of
Bcmnton, aie spending a few days at
the home of Mr. Well'b father, J. C.
Meichnnt O. T. Hull has been mak
ing bomo needed Improvements to his
Tho people of the First Baptist
church, this place, in company with
pastors and delegates fiom other edi
fices In this association, will bit In
council on Thuisday, Sept. 4, at 10 30
u, in., to consider and advlso as to tho
expediency of betting npait to the work
of the minlstiy. Brother Win. r wi.,1.
er. Meals will bo furnished by the
There is prospects of a cieamery be
ing built here. Dundaff furnishes one
of tho best sights in this county for a
creumery, with a laige, nevor-diylng
fcprlng and two fine lakes neat by to
:ut Ice from. Many farmers In this
bectlon favor the matter.
It is understood thnt tho old gtlst
mill will be stutted up this fall and
run dally, except Sunday, through tho
Tho Democrats held their caucus on
Saturday night, for the put pose of
nominating two delegates to attend tho
county convention ut Montrose, Tho
two appointed were William Decker
and T. II. Fhlnny,
Mis. Bray, of Jermyn, visited her sis
ter, Mis. W. L. Decker, this place, on
Mi, Jones, of Greenwood, visited at
the homo of W( L. Millard, over Sun
day, Augustus put ling, of Sctanton, spent
Bunday with friends and iclatlves In
Boy Cured of Colic After Physician's
Treatment Had Sailed.
My boy vvhen four years old was
taken with collo and crumps In his
stomach. I sent for tho doctor and he
Injected moiphlne, but the child kept
Betting worse. I then gave him half a
teaspoonful of Chumbei kiln's Colic,
Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy, nnd In
half an hour ho was sleeping and soon
recovered. F. L. Wllklns, Shell Lake,
Wis. Mr. Wllklns Is bookkeeper for the
Shell Lake Lumber Co. For sale by all
Special to tho Scinnton Tribune.
Forest City, Sept. 1. Miss Helen
Heitha Dunnlcr, of this place, and
James D. Hudson, of Pnlmerton, Pa.,
were, mart led at St. Mary's chuich, Jer
sey City Heights, on August 2(3, by the
Rev. D. F. Wan en.
Mls Ediru Lewis, of Scranton, was
the, iest of Miss Elizabeth Hurtling
Howard Pomery, of this place, and
Miss Elizabeth Walker, ot Aldeiivllle,
both populnr young people, were united
In mutrlago last week by the Rev. D.
D. Jenkins, nn uncle of the bildcgroom.
They will reside on South Main street.
T. P. McCormlek has returned from
J. II. Cunningham nnd H. T. O'Neill
re In Buffalo
R. S. Ingalls & Co. have opened a
drug stoic In the Knnpp building.
Rev. M. J. Fleming, of Frcolnnd, was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. J. Wal
ker, this week.
Dr. F. L. Gicen, who practiced medi
cine hcio thirteen years ago, was a vis
itor In town last week. Ho is now
located In Illinois.
M. T. O'Hura has letumed fiom a
visit In Erie.
The Eile Ralhoad company has se
emed a temporary injunction restrain
ing the borough from doing anything
rurther In regard to opening Center
street. The matter will be argued in
court on Thursday.
Special to tho Scranton Tilbuno.
llonesdalo, Sept. 1. No services will
be held In the Honesdale Baptist clrurch
during the present week or the coming
Sunday, on account of repalis being
done to the Interior of the edifice.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) morning the
public schools of Honesdale will open
for tho fall and winter term.
There is evidently need of some mis
sionary work in a town where the chief
burgess, high constable and sheriff of
the county attend a ptlzo fight whlrh
takes place in the office of a justice of
One of tho classes of the Baptist Sun
day school will conduct a lag-time
social at the home of P. B. Kimble on
Thuisday evening next, to which all
The Sctanton and Honesdale teams
put up a good game of ball on the
Honesdale giounds Satuiday afternoon.
Scoie, 1-3, in favor of Honesdale.
Labor day In Honesdale was an un
usually oulet one, tho factories and
shops were all closed and business gen
erally suspended. Lake Lodore was the
altiactlve lesort, and the ttalns for
there were all crowded. Tho Eiic cx
cuiblon train for BInghamton left the
Honesdale station over one hour ufter
schedule time, taking only thlrt-flve
Specinl to the Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottom, Sept. i. A lectuie by the
Rev. U. Grant Houston, B. S, will bo
held In the Unlversalist church Thurs
day evening. A special progiamme will
also be rendered. Admission, 20 and 10
Robert Adams leaves for Ohio today
to attend college. . '
Finnic Janaushek, of New Haven,
Conn, nnlved in town Sunday even
ing. The Univeisallst Aid sociefy will meet
with Miss Parmelio, Tewksbuiy, Wed
nesday, September 10, for tea.
Mi.ss Dot a Cruise returned to her
home In New Yoik Sunday, after spend
ing the past month with her sister,
Mis. W. E. Brown.
E. D. Bell spent Sunday at the home
of O. D. Roberts.
The County Historical society will
meet In this place the afternoon and
evening of September 19
Mlbs Vina Quailey is spending a few
davs with Ruth Jeffers in Lenox.
Mr. nnd Mis. J. C. Meirill hnvo left
for Lestershlre, where they expect to
make their future homo.
School opens Tuesday morning.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune
Avoca. Sent. 1. Tho unniinl nlonl,. f
tho Primitive Methodist church nin v.o
held In Lincoln park today. An abund
ance or letresninents have been pro
vided. Yesteiday was children's day
at tho church. There weio three ser
vices, and an Inteiestlng piogramme
was rendered at each. Rov. Jdmes
Moriro meached in tho nvpnim.
The death of Fiank MeKcnn occurred
msi evuiiuiK ui me nomo or ins mother
on Grovo stieet. Deceased was 33
jears of nge. He left this town about
eighteen years ago. and for a time was
among the successful ones who bet
teicd themselveb ilnnnuially. His
health failing, ho entered tho hospital,
and after undei going tieutmont for
many months, he decided to come to
his native town to end his days peace
fully. Besides his mother, tho follow
ing biothets and blsteis survlvo; Mrs.
James Moloney, Mis, Frank Ashworth,
and John, of Newport News; Patrick
and James, of Salt Lake City, and Mis.
T. J. O'Mnlley, of this town. The
f uncial nitangements have not been
The death of Mrs. Thomas Iyons
occutied on Saturday evening, at her
homo In the North End, after u linger
ing Illness of geneial debility, A hus
band and two sisters, Mrs. Fiank Hes
tou nnd Mrs. Saiah Boylan, survive
her, Tho funetal will take placo Jto
Tho funeral of Mrs. Martin Flaherty,
of Aiehbald, took plnce yesteiday af
ternoon. The tomalns at rived hero on
the 2 30 Delawaie nnd Hudson train.
Tho Ladles' Cnthollo Benevolent asso
elation, of which the deceased was n
member, attended the obsequies, In
terment was made In at. Mary's ceme
tery, Edward Dm kin, superintendent for
tho Snato Tiust company of New Yoik
city, and wife, spent yesteiday at the
Nalllti tcsldence on Gtovo street.
Mrs, Edmund Bennett, of Vino street,
Is critically 111 of hemoirhagos.
Tho botough schools will reopen to
Sprclil to tbe Scranton Tribune.
Factor yvlllo, Aug. 30. Scranton
friends who desire to attend tho mar
i logo of Miss Carrie Wutklns to Mr,
Berton S. Clark, Thursday overling,
Sent. 4. may take the fits nninuum
Lackawanna and Western train to
Factory vlllo, and return on tho tiuln
leaving ractoryyllle at 1.07 a. m.
Tho Moosle Recreation Tennis club
entertained the White Haven Tennis
club Saturday. Tho game vvaB played
on tho club grounds nnd was witnessed
by a large number of spectators. Din
ner nnd lUnch was served by tho Indies
on W. S. HUtchlngs' lawn. The match
between Mr. Rich, of White Hacn( and
Mr. Athorton, of Scranton, was Intense
ly Interesting and was won by Mr.
Rich. Tho MIsscb Hutchlngs played tho
White Haven Indies and won In both
The Academy Thronged.
Peoplo were tinned avvny from the
Academy of Music jestordny at tho per
formances given afternoon and night
by tho Myrklo-IIardor Stock company.
Notwithstanding tho heat the house wits
crowded at both performances to Its ut
In tho afternoon the comedy dinma,
"Caught In a Web," wan presented and at
night "A Nutmeg Match." In tho lattor
piny Emma Mythic, the Star of tho com
pany was very clover In tho tolo of Bot
incidental to tho plas specialties wero
Intioduccd by Mnrkle and Harder, Eddlo
Hot an, Paulclto and Wlllnrd and Reeves.
Tho compnny will bo at tho Academy
for tho remainder of tho week. This af
ternoon tho company will picscnt "For
Her Sister's Sako" and tonight "A Fatal
At the Dixie.
Tho becond week of tho Dlxlo theater
opened yesteiday with nn cntcitalnlng
programme. Mr. and Mrs Robyns gavo
a pathetic little sketch with glints of
comedy In It and Edward Hayes and a
company of three presented n "Wlso
Guy," a broad fnico that wa3 giected
with much laughter and applause.
Professor Burke's dogs gave tho most
marvellously Intelligent exhibition ever
seen in this city. Their performance In
conceit on bolls was truly wonderful.
Other features of tho programme was tho
woik of Cltanernov nnd Donozettn, com
edy acrobats; Kathrn Hajes, songs and
dances; Claia Stephenson, a clever cello
soloist and plctutcs by tho vltagraph.
Opening of the Star.
The Star opened for tho season yester
day afternoon with a full house, nnd tho
progiamme presented was lcceivcd with
great enthusiasm. "The Moonlight
Maids," who had been secured as tho In
itial atti action gave a performance that
was ft.iught with tho requisite "ginger,"
and presented many up-to-date novelties
The cntcitalnmcnt begdn with a musical
extravaganza entitled "A Day and
Night," which Intioduccd pretty faces
fresh and brilliant costumes and catchj
Tho fun of tho play was Interpreted by
Sim Williams, Joe Adams, Clayton Ftje,
Prank Evans mid Eva Allen, while Miss
Toma Hanlon nnd Eva Llttlelleld gave
music numbers ' In the olio many high
class specialties were given, and tho list
include nets by Miss, Georgia O'Rnmey,
contialto coon slnget, Fre and Allen;
Llttlelleld Sisters and Maitinetto; Will
iams and Adams nnd Campbell and Dale
Tho piogiammo closed with tho festive
throng In now acts in which many of tho
new and populai songs and d inces were
presented The "Moonlight Maids" will
be at the Star today and tomouovv, mat
inee and evening.
"Nathan Hale" Tonight.
Howard Kjlo will have with him at tho
Ljceum tills evening In his pioductlon of
"Nathan Hale" tho same loading assist
ants as Inst -eason Miss rioience Smith
still plajs tho colonial gill, "Alice
Adams," nnd riedeiick Webber tho navy
majoi, 'Guy ntzroj." s
Tho Mlttentlnil1 Brothels have secured
tho rights to pioduco thumgout tho corm
tiv, Do Nolo and Hall's bcenic melo
diama, "Devil's Island " The plot ot this
piece is doiived Horn tho events of the
most famous government iutilguo of ie
cent j eats, tho Drejfus cabe.
Bcenlc.illy speaking, tho pioductlon is
ono of tho most massive ever sent on
tour. It piesents dm lug tho course of tho
play, tho Placo do la Concoidc, where tho
unhappy Drojfus was publicly degrndod,
tho steel tago on "Dovll's Island," whoio
he spent thieo yeuis of his sentence, tho
great jacht bceno nt open bea, a tableau
which nhva8 caucb tho gicatest en
thusiasm among tlic assembled specta
tor, and tho eouit mattial at Rennes,
where Dreyfus is set at libeity after en
during the most miscinbilc dlsgiace ever
inflicted upon man. "Devil's Ibland" Is
to bo piesented at tho Lvcoum on Thill s
dav afternoon nnd evening. Diagram
opens this morning nt 0 o'clock.
Miss Josephine Hall, In "The Glil fiom
Pails," created a futoio with a song now
becomo famous, entitled, "Sister Mary
Jane's Top Note." This song will bo
enunlled. Is nnt Hitrnn.ur.i i... nnnn,n
ditty, which the samo lady intioduces into
iiuiuiis itiiiri.iy'H ".My Antoinette." It
is called. "When I Go On tho Stage." As
mny bo gnthcicd fiom tho title, theio Is
plenty of scopo for Miss Hall's musical
and luimoious abilities in this bong to
make it llval In popularity oven its fa
"My Antoliiettn" win iu r,,n.i,,..i
tho Lyceum Saturday aftoinoon and even
ing, STAGE NOTES.
Beoibohm Tico, now nt Mailenbnd. will
present Hall C'nlno's "Tho Eternal City"
at Her Majehty's theater, London, on Sep
tember 27. On Octobor ti at tho National
theater, Washington. Viola Allen will bo
gin hor tour In tho play.
Mlnnlo Duproo'n support in "A Roso o'
Plj mouth Town," under W. O. Smyth's
management, Is composed of Guy Hates
,.r?.n, TIIE LIT,'rr'n ONUS -Cut out tho pictures appearing on tills pago each
fuh iaY Pencil mark around tho hidden object, savo thorn until Saturday,
n.?..8niLt,h0,I? or .t".,0tlle.m t0 'rhQ Trlbuno ofllco In nn cnvclopo nddiesaed to
i.i,u. 2 i P'ir,mfnt' Enclose in tho envelope jour namo. ago and nddioss. Tho
nSJi i"a Bl'13 who correctly maik tho sin plctuies appealing during tho weelt,
WiL.yS? n"8W0s n. "rst lecclvcd, will havo their names published In Tho
.tribune Monday morning. 4
General Puluski's death at Savannah. Find two other ofllccru.
Post, Augustus Cook, Blnncho Sttlrglos,
Douglass Fairbanks, Cornelia Bedford,
Mrs. Sol Smith and Edith Wright.
Mny Bitckloy Is to bo James O'Nolll's
lending womnn In tho now play by Har
riott Font. Miss Buckley's last appear
nnco was with tho I'rnvvlov Stock coin
pin V In tho Bluing. Slio has been sum
mering nt Long Branch. j
An DIrIiv Bell Is to Impersonate Sam
Wollcr to tho Mr. Pickwick of Mr. Hop
per In the muslcnl comedy, I'Mr. Pick
wick," It dovelops that tho Shepherd rind
tho Boy of tho Lambs' club will spend tho
Bcnpou together. So tho company will bo
"A Chlncso Honeymoon" continues at
tho Casino on tho samo high tldo of pros
perity as hns maikcd this beautiful pio
ductlon Blnco It I a tided In Now Yoik on
Juno 2. Thcto Is no "let-up" In tho rol
licking mirth and pretty tunefulness of
this bilghtest of all musical comedies,
and tho hiiiuo splendid nlt-stni enst is
thcto to cntcitnln tho big ciowd which
packs tho popular Casino nt ovciy pel
formuncc. f BASE BALL.")
At Brookljn- R H.E.
rittsblllg 000000 1124 G 2
Biooklyn 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 0-3 8 2
Batteries Chcsbro nnd Silmmer; Dono
van and Ahcain. Umplic Emslie. i
At Boston R.H.E.
Cincinnati 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 1-013 5
Boston 0010103027 8 1
Bnttcilcs Thlelmnn and Moloney;
Eason and Moran. Umpire O'Day.
At New Yoik- RILE.
St. Louis 201300000-G 8 I
Now Yoik 0201100004 12 4
Battel les Currle, Murphy and Ran;
Taylor and Bowoiman. Umpli es Latham
At Philadelphia (ilr.st game)- R H.E
Chicago 102 000 0 00-3 8 5
Philadelphia 2 0 2 0 112 0 -ll U 3
Batteries Rhodes and Jvllng; White
and Dooln. Umpire Brown.
Second game R H.E
Chicago 0 10023000-010 1
Philadelphia 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0-1 4 3
Battel les Taj loi nnd Kllng; Duggleby
and Douglass. Umpli o Blown.
At Boston R H.E
Cinclnnntl 3 30000 100-7 0 3
Boston 01.000000 2 4 7 4
Batteries Poolo nnd Bcigon; Malarkcy
and Klttrldgo. Umpli e O'Day.
At Now Yoik RH.E
St. Louis 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0,3 8 13 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1211 (i
Battel les Yerkes and O'Neill; Mat
thowson nnd Bowerman. Umpli cs Lath
am and It win
At Btooklvn- RH.E
Plttsbuig 0100030 3 18 14 2
Bionkljn 3 10 0 0 12 0 0-710 1
Battel ics I.cover nnd Smith; Kltson,
Evuns and Ahoain Umpire Emsllc
At St Loulb- R II.E
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1- 1 1J 2
St Louis 011 0 2 1 00 510 0
Battel Ics Waddell and Schrcckengost;
Sudhoff and Kahoc. Umpli cs Johnstone
At Detteit RH E
WnaSTTigton 200000000 J 5 .'
Detiolt 11010001 I 0 2
Bittei les Patten and Clnik; McCarthy
and McGuIio Umpire O'Loughlln
At Cloveland R H E
Boston 00 00000 000 0 5
Cleveland 5 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 10 13 0
Battel lebSparkb nnd Cilgei; Moore
and Bemls . Umplic Connollj.
At Chicago (llrst game) R H.E
Baltimoto 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 1410 0
Chicago 02 01 1 0 2 1 Sll 4,
Battel les Butler and Smith; Piatt ana
McFnt land. Umpiio Cni inhere.
Second gamo (3 Innings, tie; darkness)
Baltimoto 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 u 10 G
Chicago 20 00 100Q2 3 5 2
BatteriCb Wiltso and Robinson; Grif
fith and Mcrailand. Umplic Caiuthots
At Detroit R H E.
Washington 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 5 2
Dotrolt 0 3 3 1 0003 13 IS 1
B.ittorles Leo nnd Dilll; Mullet' and
Buclow. Umpli e O'Loughlln.
At St. Louis R H.E
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10-3 S 1
St. Louis 012000001-4 fi 1
Battel Ics Mitchell and Schieckengost;
Powell and Kahoc. Umpli cs Johnstono
At Cleveland- RH.E
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 U 0
Cloveland 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 S 13 2
Battel ics Dlneen and Warner; Boin
liflid and Wood. Umpire Connolly.
At Woicestei Woiccstot, 11; Provi
At Buffalo Buffalo, 8; Montreal, 7.
At Jersey City Jersey City, 3; New
ark. 4. '
At Providence Providence, 8; Worces
At Rochestei First game Toronto, 12;
Rochester, 1, Becond gamo Rochestei, 7;
At Buffalo-Buffalo, 11; Montreal, 10.
At Novvark Jcrsoy City, 5; Newark, 0.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Ont? Half a Cent a Word.
FOR RENT-Modorn bIiibIo cloven room
homo; furnished, intiuiro .uj vvnccicr
FOR ItENT-Flvo looms, including bath
nnd storngo room, for husband nnd
wlfo only. $11 oo. Apply u!7 Adams nvc
TOR RENT-From September 1 ,0-room
house, 0-7 GieCn Itlclgo Btrcct; modern
Improvements; stenm heat free; location
LARGE furnished hnuso for rent to n
nultnble putty. Tho l.iiidlndv mav
keep a fow rooms. Comegys, Council
FOR RENT-From September 1, D-ioom
house, 931 Gteon Ridge sttcet; modern
Improvements; steam heat fieo; location
FOR RENT-Two furnished cottages at
, Lako Shoildnn; diy and, healthy loca
tion; good shndo nnd flncsa plnco for a
week or n month's outing In Northern
Pcnnsjlvnnln. Addtcss II. L. Hauling,
For Bale. '
FOR SALE Smith Picmlor tvnovvrltor,
In (list class shnpe. $100 machltip. will
bo sold for J"0 cash. Imiulio W. R,
Hughcy, Ttlbune cdltotlnl looms, after
7 p m.
FOR SALE Cheap, ono laigo now gio
cety vvngon, cairjlng cnpatlty 1 "500
pounds; also ono laigo coffeo giindci;
can bo run by motot or hand power. Ap
ply to B. Moses, G18 Lackawanna avenue.
rOR SALE A fit st class meat market.
Owner will work for party. Address
131 Chestnut street, Dunmoro, Pa.
Boom for Bent.
FRONT ROOM for lent; doshablo, 424
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED A small house or flat, prefer
ably furnished, In desirable location.
To gain attontlon, state terms. P. O. Box
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY JTO I.OAN
Qulclc, stialght loans ot Building nnd
Loan. At from 4 to 0 per ont Call on
N. V. Walker. 314-315 Connoll building.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
FURNISHED ROOMiT for "rent, modern
Improvements; privntoy family, gen
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avenuo.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 539 Adams avenue.
AUCTION SALE Wednesday, Sept. 3,
1 JO All iho contents ot my livery,
hoises, harness, cartlagcs, lumber wagons
alid sleighs. 313 Oakfoid court, Btown's
Board and Booms.
HAVING leased house No 533 Lacka
wanna, avenue, cor net Adams avenue,
and thoioughly l (.novated and lcpalied it,
1 am prepared to tako loometb with oi
without board. References lequired and
given. Mts M. E. Moody.
VERY DESIRABLE slrito of rooms with
tlrst class table boaid, can be obtained
at 3JJ Jefferson avenue.
BOARDERS WANTED-Will tnko sum
mer boarders, thieo laigo nliy rooms
and good table board. Addiess O. K .
PROPOSALS Sealed propobals will be
opened nt tho oflleo of tho City Re
corder by tho Dlrcctoi of this Depaitment
at J o'clock p. m , on Friday Septcmboi 5,
1002, for tho i cconsti action and icpnir
ing of tho City of Scranton Garbngo Cre
matory building, according to plans and
spccillcatlons on lllo In tliu ofllco of the
Bureau of Building Inspection. All bids
shall bo tiled with the City Controller at
hlb ofllco In tho Cit Hall not later than 2
o'clock p m , on Filday, September 5.
1002 Tho sum of llfty ($30 00) dollnrs In
cash or cer tilled check Is to bo enclosed
with each bid, which sum shrill bo for
feited to tho City in case of lefirsul or
omission on tho unit of tho bidder to
whom tho continct is awaided to esecutu
contract within ten dnjs aftct tho avviud
ing of tho samo.
Tho City reserves tho light to l eject
any or all bids.
F. L. WORMSER.
Director Department of Public Safety.
Set aiiton, Pa., Aug. 29, 1002.
PROPOSALS Sealed pioposals will bo
opened at the of lice of tho City Ro
cordonby tho Director of this Department
at 3 o'clock p m., on Friday, September
5. 1902, for tho lcpaiilng of Englrru houses
No. 'a 2 and 3 according to plans and
spccltlcations on lllo la tho ofllco of tho
Buieair ot Building Inspection. Scpnrnto
bids must bo submitted on each holrso.
All bids shall bo filed with tho City Con
troller at his ofllco. In tho City Hall,
bcinntou. Pa., not later than 2 o'clock
p m , Ft Iday, September 5, 19U2.
Tho City reseives tho light to lojoct
any or all bids,
F. L. WORMSER.
Director Depaitmont of Public Safety.
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 29. 1902.
BRIDGE PIIOPOSALS-Sealod propobiils
will bo received at the ofllco of tho
Superintendent of Public Giounds and
Buildings, llanlsburg, P.i until 12 o'clock
m , on Tuesday, Septembor 23, 1902. for
tho rebuilding of tho super -structuro of
tho brldgo over Lackawanna ilvei, ut tho
Borough of Old Forgo, Lackawannn
Counl , Pa. Bids must no placed lir sep
arate envelopes undorsed on tho outbldo
with tho name nnd location of tho htldgo
anil tiro namo of tiro biddoi. Plans and
hpeclllcntloiiu carr bo had on application
to tho Superintendent of Public Grounds
nrrd Bulldlngj at (larrlsbuig, Pa. Bids
will bo opeiad In tho piesepco of tho bid
dein or lliclr teprchontntlves In tho Re
ception Room of tho Executive Depart
ment at llanlsburg. Pa, ut tho tlmo
named above .
By older of tho Board
T. L EYRE, Superintendent
William A. Stone. E B. Itnidenbergh,
Frank G, Hauls, Board of Commissioners
of Pnbllu Giounds and Buildings,
NOTICE Is hereby given that an appli
cation will bo made to tho Governor of
tho Stuto of Pennsylvania on Wednesday,
tho 17tli day of Septombci, 1902, by James
Ulllcsplo, Me)cr Stcltr and Adolpli
ElclroU, under tho Act of Assembly of tiro
Commonwealth of Forms) lurrrin, cirtlthd
"An Act to provido foi-iucorpoiutlou mid
legul.itlon of cei rain corporation!)," up
pioved Api II 29, 1871, and tho supplements
thereto, for tiro chatter of an Intended
corporation to bo called "Lackawanna
Light, lleirt and Power Company," tiro
character ami object of which Is sup
plying light, heat rtud power or any of
tliem.O) menus of electricity, to tho pub.
lie In tho city of Scrantorr, In tho county
of Lackawanna, Stato of Pennsjlyunlir.
and to such persons, partnerships and
corporations residing therein, or adjacent
thereto ns may deslio tho same, and for
this purpose to have, possess mid enpoy
all tho tights, beirorlts and privileges ot
tho said Act of Assembly and Its supple
ments. J. AVIIEATON CARPENTEH.
All Well on Board the Prithjof.
Bj Exclusive Who from llic Associated l'r.
Tiomsoe, Norway, Sopt. 1. The Bald-wln-Zclglci
supply ship Filtbjof, which
left hero July 1 for Frunz Joseflarrd. was
spoken August 11 Sho repotted all well
J on board of her,
Accepted for Less
Tlinii 10 Cents.
Branch WANT OfficBS,
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Beeeived at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Untlf10 F. M.
ALDERT SCHULTZ, corner Mul
berry street nnd Webster nvo.
GUSTAV PICIIDL, l30 Adams
GEO W. JENKINS. 101 South
Main avenuo. ,
TRED L. TERPPE. "29 Cedar
GEO W. DAVIS, corner North
Main avonuo and Market
CHARLES P. JONES. 1157 Dick
T. J JOHNS, 020 Groon Rldgo
C. LORENZ, corner Washington
avenuo nnd Marlon sttect.
W. H. KNEPrEL, 1017 Irving
J. G BONE & SON.
Help Wanted Male.
rOUR enoiicnccd Diamond Drill miv
ners, good wages, steady omplnvmtnt
to llrst class men. Apply at tho orilco of
John Mulrhend ic Son, Plttston, Pa.
YOUNG ninn wanted ns oiderly nt the
West Side Hospltnl. Refciences re
quired. Help Wanted Female.
YOUNG lady wanted to loin nctoi In a 10
llned bketch; of good poison il appear
ance, with some voice, Experience not
necesaaiv ns she will be fully lnatiuctcd.
Good salaiv to tho light poison. Must
tiavel Addiess for Interview, T. E. 10j
VVAVTPn fill I frt. rrnm rl tinnonti nrl.
V Apply nt 413 Mndlson avenue.
WANTED An experienced stenographer
for about threo weeks. Whlto Mfg
Co , 421 Linden street. City.
WE WANT operators for shirt factory.
Steady work nnd good pay. Wo will
pay transposition to Freehold, N J , nnd
guarantee board to those who will come
and tnke positions with us V. Henry
Rothschild Co, Freehold, N. J.
SALESMEN WANTED-Competent men
capable of earning good money, to
handle our lino of carbon copying pu
peis, elthei tegular or on tho sldo Philip
llano & Co, 1-3 Union Sipruic, Now Yoik
ACTIVE speciality salesman to tnko per
manent JTgoncy for well established
class of goods used In factor Its und
stables. No capital, but small bond io
qulred Addres Vlscol Company, East
FOR SALE A lino general Btoro In good
locality with hoises. wagons, fixtures,
etc. Stock Inventoried In Apiil ncarlv
$7,000 and business will 11111 from 33.000 to
jlO.OOO per jear. Profits will run 20 pet
cent, to 23 per cent. Reason of salo, 111
health Fut fuithcr Information vvrlto to
P. O. Box 337, Scranton, Pn.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out dolay. Wrlto for our special ma--kot
letter. Freo on application. S. M.
HIbbard & Co , membois N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Stock E'cchnnge. 44 and 40
Broadway, Now York. Established 1801
Long Distance 'Phono 2188 Broad.
LOTS, houses and farms for salo.
J. C Zurflleh.
FOR SALE Elegnnt sitoH for homos In
upper Green Rldgo; choice neighbor
hood; most dcslinblo locality foi homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvlno,
1730 Sanderson avonuo.
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmoro,
launders shirts nt 8c. each and collars
and cuffs at lVc each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD-C. SPAULDING. C. V. A., 23
Traders' Bank Building Old 'phono 1SG4.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B,
Real Estato Exchango Bldg , 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL
DR. C. E EILENBERGEB. PAULI
building, Spruco sticot, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII, 115 WYOMING nvo.
SCHLAGER & CO,, Tindets Bank Bldg.
t3 A "PC" MT"0 InullcountrJes
PA I C.iM I Oof tho Globe.
Tho only licensed and equipped patont
solicitor In tho city. No chargo for In
formation on patentability; over ton yeats
Kcplaxlc & Co., ftleurs IJIcIr.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue, Rates leasonablo,
P. S51EGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D. L & W,
Passongor depot. Conducted on tho Eu
topcan plan. Victor Koch, Propilotor,
A. B. BRiaaS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor: only linprood
pumps used. A. B Brlggs. proprietor,
Lcava orders 1100 North Main nvormo,
or Elcko's drug store, cor nor Adams and
Mulberry, Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAll 311 LACICA.
avo, Scianton, infra, ot WlrO Bcrcans.
MEGARdEE BUOS. PRINTERS' SUP.
piles, envelopes, paper bugs, twino.
vVuiehouso, Hi Washington uvonuo.
THE WILKi:!-BAHRE RECORD CAN
bo had In Scranton at 41i0 news stand
of Relmuan Bros ,,400 Hpruco .and tjOJ
Linden; M Noiton, 322 Lackawanna
ave.; IS. Schutzei. 211 Spruce invest.
Only Half a Cent a Word.
SITUATION WANTED-A widow lady
wants a homo In. good family for her
li-veni-old daughter, vvhoro sho can da
light housework for her board and attend
school; has hud good training; good iof
crcrrccs given. Inaulro at Y. W. C. A.
rooms, 203 Washington avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-By a boy 14
. ...J cars old In ofllco or store. Address
Iiiim Dickson avenue.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Dolnwaro, Lackawanna nnd Western.
In Eftoct Juno 1, 1002.
Trains loavo Scranton for Now York
At 1 CO. 3.20, 0 05, 7 00 and 10 10 a. m : 12 40,
3 40, 3 35 p m. For Now York and Phila
delphia 7.50. 10 10 a. m , and .12 40 and 1 31
p. m. For Gouldsboro At 010 p m For
HrifTnlo-115, 0 22 and 0 00 n. m.j ICS, G53
and 11,10 p. m. For BInghamton, Elmlra
and way stations 10 23 a. m, 1.03 p. m.
1 or Oswego. Syincitio and Utlca 1.15 nnd
u:!2.n; .'"! ' r P- ' Oswego, Syracuso
find Utlca train nt C 22 u. m. dally, except
Sunday. For Montrose 0 00 n. m ; 103
and C 60 p m. Nicholson accommodation
-loo nnd 013 n m.
, Bloomslmrg Division For Northumber
land, at 0 35-nnd 1010 a. m.; 153 and 10
P m For Plymouth, at 8 10 a. m ; i 4!)
nnd 0 03 p :n
Sundnv Trains For Now York, 1 "0, 3 20.
0 0). in lo n. m: .110 nnd 3 33 n m For
Buffalo in nnd r.22 n. m.; 15", 050 and
11.10 p m For Elmii a nnd way stations
30 2, a. m For Blnitlnrnton and way sta
tlon, 900 n. m Bloomsburg Dlvlslon
Leavo Scrnnton, 10 10 a .m. and fi 10 p m.
Lehigh Valley Bailrond.
In Effect Juno 13, 1902.
Trnlns Lcava Scranton.
Tor Phlladelphli and Now Yoik via D
& II. R R, at 7 11. tlnough Pallor Cn.
and Day Co ich Cmbondilo to Now Yoir!
oriel 9 17 -i m . with L V. Coach Cm bom
ilnlo to Phil idelphla, nnd 2 IS, I 33 (BHctC
Dlnmoud Exm ess), and 11 49 p m. Sun
days, p & IT n R , 1 5S 17 p" m.
I or yv lrlto Haven, Haleton nnd prlncl
pal points In tho coal legions,, via D i
if..11 .J1'..711' 2 'l nnd I33 P- " ro
Pottsvlllc 7 4t a. m.
For Bethlehem, Eoston, Reading, Har
rlsburg nnd prlnclpil lntermodlato sta
tlons, via D At IT. R R . 7 II. 9 17 a. m
2 IS, 41) ininck Dl imond Express). 11.49 p
?l Sundnjs, D. & II. R. R , 9 3S a. m ;
1 58 9 17 p m.
TFor Titnkhtnnock, Townntln, Elmlra,
Ittinca, Geneva nnd pilnclpal Irrtormedlato
stntlpns via D., E & W. R. Hi 0 33 a. m
and 1 53 p m
ror Gcncvi, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlag
nra Foils, Chlrngo and all points west v1a
D & 11 it. r , u m p m : 3 23 (Black
Dlnmond Exnros), 10 II. 11 f n in Sun
days D As H. R. R. 2 03, 917 p. in
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lohig'i
i,?.!!y Parlor cars on all trains hotvvfon
Wllkes-Bnrro nnd Now York. Philadel
phia. Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROELTN II. WILBUR Gen. Supt , 20
Cortland street. Now Yoik.
CHARLES S T.EE Gen Pass. Agt , 23
Cortlnnd street. New York.
AW NONEMACHER, Div. Pass Agt,
South Bethlehem, Pn
For tickets and Pullmnn reservations
npply to city ticket ofllco, CD Public
Square, Wilkes-Bar ro, Pa
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
In Effect Juno 29. 1902.
Stations In Now York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R
Trains loavo Scranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlohem, Allen
town. Mntioh Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkeb-Knrro and Plttston at 7 30 a.
m , 1 p m. and 4pm Sunday, 2 10 p m
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7 30 a m, through solid vesttbulo tinln
with Pullman Buffet Pat lor Cir for Phil
adelphia with only ono chango of cais
for Bnltlmoio nnd Washington, D C, and
all principal points south and west
For Avoca, Plttston nnd Wllkcs-Barro,
1 p m and 4 p in. Sunday. 2 10 p m.
For Long Blanch. Ocean Grovo, otc ,
7 30 a. m. and 1 p. m.
Foi Reading, Lebnnon and Harrlsburg
via Allentovvn at 7 30 a m., 1 p. m. and 4
p m. Sundnv. 210 p m.
For Tnmnqua and Pottsvlllo, 7.30 a. m ;
1 p m. nnd 1 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. O BESSLER, Gen. Managor.
C. M. BURT, Gen Pass Agt.
Schedulo In Eftect Juno 10, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton: 013 a m, week
dns, through vcstlbrrlo train from
Wllkes-Bano. Pullman buffet parlor car
and conches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vlllo; stops at principal intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbuiy, Har
tlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd foi Pittsburg and tho West.
9 47 a m . week days, for Sunbury, Har
llsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimoto, Wash
ington and Plttsbuig nnd tho West.
1 42 p m, week dnjs, (Sundays 153 p.
m ), for Sunbury Harrlsbutg, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington and Pltts
buig nnd tho AVest
3 2S p m , week days, through vesttbulo
train from Wllkcs-Barro. Pullman buffet
parlor car end coaches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvlllo. Stops at principal lntormcdl
nto stations. , ,
4 35 P m , week days, for Hnzloton, Sim
ian y, Hnrrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts
bUrS' J. B. HUTCHINSON, Gen Mgr.
J. B. WOOD. Gen. Pass Arjt.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect Juno 10, 1902
Trains for Cutbondalo leave Soranton at
0 41. 7 30, 8 JO, 1013 11 m; 12 03. 1.12, 2 11,
3 50! 5 29, C23! S 21, 9 15, 10 01 p. m.; U IS.
1 For'lIo'ncsdnle-0 41, 1013 a. m.; 211 and
CFo?' Wllkes-Barre-0 38. 7 41. 8 41, 9 47.
10 53 a. m.! 12 03, 1.12. 218, 3 28, 4 33. 010.
7 43 10 41. 11.49 P m.
For L. V. R. R. Polnts-7.41, 9.17 a. m.:
n is 4 33 and 11.49 p. m.
" For Pennsylvania R. R. Points 0 33,
9 47 n. m ; 1 12, 3 28 nnd 4 33 p. m
For Albany and nil points noith 7.30 a,
m'una Sunday trains.
For Cnrbondnlo 8 50, 1133 a. m; 211,
SCil, 5 52 nnd 11.17 p. m
For Wllkes-Bnrro 9 33 a. m.; 12 03, 153,
3 28, 0 32 nnd 9 17 P. m.
For Albany and points north 3 58 p. m.
For Honesdnlo-8 50 a. m.; 1133 and 3 5.'
P' W.' L PRYOR, D. P. A , Soranton. Pa
Erie Bailroad Wyoming Division?
In Elfcct July 30th. 1902. -
Trnlns leave Scranton for Havvloy ard
local stations at 7 20 and 8 43 a. m.j 13
nnd 5 20 P m. Sundays, 9 00 a. ni ahd
135 p. ni. For Now Yoik, Nowburgh and
irrtormedlato points nt 7 20 a, m. and 1.33
p. m. Suminvs. j.rso p. m.
For Honcsdnlo 1 33 nnd 5 20 p m
Trnlns arrive at Scinnton 8 20, 10 41 a.
in.; 3 00 and 915 p. m. Sundays, 1.09 am?
8 lo p. m.
New Yoik, Ontario and Western,
Tlmo Table la Efioct Sunday, Juno 15, 1902
NOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
Loavo Lcava Arrlvo
Trains. Scinnton. Cm bondnlo. Cndosla.
No. 1 1030a.m. 11,10 a.m. 100p,m.
No. 3 , 4 00p.Ul. 4 41 P. 111. U 00 p.m.
No. 7 .,,,.. 0 h) p. m Ai.Cnrboudalo 0 4(1 n,m
Leavo Leave Arrlvo
Trains. Cudosla. Cnihnndalo. Scnrntotr.
No. U iWa. m. 7,25u,ju.
No. 4 ...... 8 40 a. m. 10 01 a.m. 10 40 n. in.
No 2 S 15 p m. 400p in. 4 43 p m.
BUNDAio UtNUl, nuiil'll JlUUiNN
Leuvo Leavo Arilvn
Scinnton. Cnibondnlo. Cndosla,
Nn n 8 JO n. in. 9 10 ii. ni 10 4in m.
No. 5 7 00 p in Ar.C.ubondalo 7.IJ p.m
bOUTU BOUND. y
Leavo Lenvu Anlyo
Trains. Cadosla. Cnrbondnlo. Scranton.
No. C ,,,,,, UWn. in. 72ria. tn.
No 10 ..... 4 30 p. m. 0 i. m. G 43 p. tn.
Trnlns Nos. 1 on week dais, nnd 9 on
Sirudnn connect for Now York city. Mid
dietovvn, Walton. Not vv Ich, Oneida, Os
wego and nil points west.
Tialn J for Poyntelle, Walton, Dollrl,
Hidnoy, Nuiwlcl) urrd all Now Beilln
Train No. 0, with, "Quaker Cltv Ex
piess" nt Scianton, via C. R. R of N. J ,
foi Phlludclphl i. Atlnntlo City. Baltlmoio.
Washington and Pennsylvania state
Bee tlmo-tnblo and consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines '
J. C. ANDERSON. O. P. A ..New York.
J. E. WELSH. T P. A. Stanton. Pa.